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knowledge that chris christie had. it is not about the governor. it's about people revery close to him, bridget kelly principlely? >> the hard thing here and this has been the case since we heard about bridget kelly and david wildstein and the ft. lee traffic closures, the best case scenario, he not only hired people that would engage in this political payback and joke about it before engaging in it but he also didn't know senior members of his staff were engaging in it. that's the best narrative for chris christie that preserves chris christie as a 2016 candidate. anything else -- this isn't it -- anything else that comes out that suggests his knowledge likely dooms him as a 2016 candidate. it's a bad -- his choices are between a bad storyline and worse story line. >> to give you a taste from the e-mails, one from bridget kelly about this rabbi who apparently he and wildstein were feuding on port authority. kelly said, we cannot cause traffic problems in front of his house, can we? wildstein responds, flights to tel aviv all mysteriously delayed. it's certainly not a pretty picture an
. okay governor christie, give it to us. it's wednesday, february 26th and this is "now." >>> chris christie appeared at a town hall. his second since the george washington bridge scandal. >> governor jan brewer is feeling more pressure over the state's controversial religious freedom bill. >> governor brewer has until the end of the week. >> this was such a needless battle. republicans in arizona put on the front page. >> new numbers released today reflected advice that christie has come to occupy. >> new jerseyians are a really funny people. >> it may be the best clue we have. >> arizona is in the headlines for all the wrong reasons. >> why create drama around this? >> my job is not to be the entertainer in chief. my job is to tell you folks the truth. >> actually, get the sense that he's given up on any idea of running for president. >> it's like your 13-year-old son's science experiment. >> sign it or veto it. >> every second she doesn't veto is is a black mark on the state of arizona. >> as governor, i don't have a magic wand. some daisy hit the lights right, some days i don't.
that up. now, on bridgegate you recently wrote about chris christie and bridgegate, chris christie the amateur is the title. it appears to be not an aberration, but merely an ugly example of a method of operation that utilized all the brute force of the political machine and none of its finesse. so it looked like the christie gang was -- they thought they were caught in tammany hall, but they didn't understand the finesse part. >> exactly. they were amateurs. you pointed out on the show several times. for example, when the christie team released that ridiculous press release that attacked wildstein's high school record and such. i remember you sort of said who are these people? and that's precisely the question that should be asked. the thing is, chris christie, and others in american politics have sought to demonize politics. they prosecuted politics. they've looked upon our fellow politicians, not as colleagues, but as people sho should be on a perp walk. when you start looking at politics that way, when you look at the person opposite of you as a prospective felon, things don't
. we'll be talking today about a lot of other news, chris christie defended his handselling of hurricane sandy at a town hall this morning. we'll have a new jersey political insider's take. and we'll take you all the way to afghanistan where our troops are reacting to today's news about their fate in the country and on the two-year anniversary of trayvon martin's death, we'll dive deep into the community in the heart of his story. stay with us. >>> i'm meteorologist bill karins. across the country, the cold is the big story, but we also have a rainstorm headed into california, which is great for the drought. we're also watching light snow head through the midatlantic today. from d.c. to philadelphia, a coating of light snow is possible, but the cold is the dominant story this week. look at minneapolis and chicago today, bitterly cold for this time of year. a hotel policy that allows you to eat all that you can. the hotel gym is short for gymnasium. the hotel pool is usually filled with water. and the best dot com for booking hotels, is hotels.com. it's on the internet, but y
, it's chris christie all the time. listen to hbo bill maher give rachel maddow a hard time with that. >> i have been in love with msnbc, which i am still in love with msnbc, but i tongue in cheek said i'm going to have to break up with you because you've become obsessed with another man, chris christie. >> i am obsessed with christie story unapologetically and will continue while amazing things in that story continue to happen. >> this is an actual scandal. it's not watergate. he's not the president. he's not even a guy who ever himself said he was going to be running for president. >> you heard that word, watergate. is it as big as rachel maddow seems to think it is. i brought in the best possible to ask, one half of the team that broke watergate open, carl bernstein, now a cnn commentator. welcome. >> good to be here. >> i was curious whether you agree more with bill maher or rachel maddow. >> i'm probably in the middle for a number of reasons, not least of which is that we're dealing here with ideologically driven cable networks. and that is not about rep per toirl decisions. it's
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of how democrats have responded to the chris christie bridge scandal. they say, you know, the media coverage that's been given to chris christie and the way he may or may not have abused his power is not that dissimilar from the irs and that the media, and democrats are letting president obama off the hook in the irs case. >> well, let me get back, again, back and forth. this news story, what is the substance now of the irs investigation? is this just part of a sort of a broad front effort to nail the president, whether it's irs, benghazi, or ukraine? or is there really some pay dirt that a legislator would find powerful? information they're getting? >> you know, that's what they're looking for. and when representative cummings came out, he said that, too, that they want to get to the bottom of what happened, how to reform things over there. you had lois lerner come out and essentially apologize as well. and there were some indications early on that she would actually cooperate in this hearing. i think that's why you saw representative issa get so sort of frustrated on his end becau
to kansas. >>> a new york times hatchet job on new jersey governor chris christie, why are they doing that? the a-team take up the reasons. that's next. announcer: where can an investor be a name and not a number? scotade. ron: i'm never alone with scottrade. i can always call or stop by my local office. they're nearby and ready to help. so when i have questions, i can talk to someone who knows exactly how i trade. because i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. that's why i'm with scottrade. announcer: ranked highest in investor satisfaction with self-directed services by j.d. power and associates. lou: "the new york times" >>> the new york times out with what should i ca it, a hatchet job article suggesting that new jersey governor christie is damaged political goods because of the bridgegate scandal, their evidence -- a christie town hall yesterday. the times that he was allegedly badgered and heck eled and ju assaulted by constituents. make up your own mind. does he look like he's under durress here? >> if you go ho tonight, would you destroy all of your produce springsteen cds.
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times hatchet job on new jersey governor chris christie, why are they doing that? the a-team take up the reasons. that's next. lou: "the new york times" >>> the new york times out with what should i call it, a hatchet job article suggesting that new jersey governor christie is damaged political goods because of the bridgegate scandal, their evidence -- a christie town hall yesterday. the times that he was allegedly badgered and heck elled and just assaulted by constituents. make up your own mind. does he look like he's under durress here? >> if you go home tonight, would you destroy all of your produce springsteen cds. he's not a friend of yours, governor. >> well, the -- the cds can be destroyed. i have it on my iphone now. >> the poor governor, so loyal to springsteen that he couldn't bring himself and such a politician, he didn't want to get in the way of that. christie's approval, an impressive 59% in new jersey. let me repeat that, 59% in new jersey. 65% before bridgegate. christie, by the way, doing pretty well in the money-raising department as well. he took in a record $18 mi
. >> what we had was the e-mails, this one guy, new jersey businessman, political bundler, close to chris christie, has -- wants to meet with somebody at the white house about a legal problem he's having with the federal agency. on january 28th, jon carson, executive director of ofa sets up a meeting at caribou coffee. the very next day, according to the e-mails, kasmir writes an e-mail to samantha, i have a 100 k solid for dinner with the president last week. >> very quickly, this is when the system -- the fund-raisers get paid by commission. >> yeah. >> and everybody wonders how do corners get cut. the way the incentives work make it so that in many cases the fund-raisers -- an executive director can say these are our rules. fund-raiser who is getting paid based on how much money they raise will incentivize to cut corners. >> that's true. in the entire world -- >> this is why this is such a -- all of this is basically a corruptible -- it's so easy to see how you get corrupted even if your intention isn't to do it. >> i think there will be a lot more looking at how this world operates in
that chris christie was the front runner for the republican nomination before the whole bridge thing. now, don't get me wrong, do i think that the you think of a football field and the right end of the football field, do i think that it's smart for republicans to nominate somebody that's on sort of the 35-yard line, someone that can, you know, win among conservatives but also go into the middle? absolutely. but the thing is, the heart and soul of republican nomination, presidential nomination process is in the base. and think about some of the people that republicans seriously considered nominating before they finally settled on number, the guy with all -- setd on mitt romney. michelle back match, herman cain, rick santorum, rick perry, newt gingrich. [laughter] actually, we're going the play a game, okay? who'd i start -- michele bachmann, herman cain, rick santorum, rick perry, newt gingrich, chris christie. now, a lot of you have kids. remember the sesame street song -- ♪ one of these things is not like the other? [laughter] it's really, really hard to sort of look at all these peopl
ameritrade. >>> how much has chris christie's political trouble hurt him at home? we've got new polling. for that we check the "hardball" score board. according to a new rutgers poll, new jersey voters prefer hillary clinton for president more than their own governor. clinton 51, christie 41. in his state home to more democrats than republicans. finally in the weekly poll out of virginia showing a tight race. here's one with a different result. it's hillary clinton by eight in that swing state. 48 to 40. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] if you have yet to master the quiet sneeze... [ sneezes ] [ male announcer ] you may be an allergy muddler. try zyrtec® for powerful allergy relief. and zyrtec® is different than claritin® because it starts working faster on the first day you take it. zyrtec®. love the air. [ sneezes ] on the first day you take it. to nbcuniversal's coveragens of the biggest loser olympic winter games ever, with the most coverage of the most events on every device. and the most hours of streaming video on the nbc sports live extra app, including the x1 platfor
william terrell, secretary p.j. crowely, good t o see you both. >>> checking the news feed, chris christie holds his third town hall meeting since the bridgegate scandal broke. his former campaign manager could be the target of a federal criminal investigation. the report says that federal agents are calling and showing up unannounced. >>> we're getting a good picture now of just how much last fall's government shutdown cost the country's national parks. interior secretary sally joule said 8 million fewer people visited and that resulted in the loss of about $414 million. joule called the shutdown a reminder just how important national parks are for local economies. >>> pope francis unintentionally had a holy slip of the tongue during his weekly address when he made a small and common mispronunsuation of an italian word, which, of course, itali italian's not his native language, it turned out to be the italian version of what we call the "f" word. pope francis tweeted, "in life we make many mistakes, let us recognize our errors and ask forgiveness." he's so cool. >>> and what's a bronze me
are not important. host: you have been very critical of chris christie and his administration when it comes to the new work, new jersey school district. what is your complaint? christie is the boss of the new works will -- newark schools. he put in a superintendent who does not want to listen to the community. she took away a bunch of things that were put into improve our schools, because you do not agree with the. m. she has suggested a new plan that would totally rock that -- that would the chartercalize schools, and then roll over the contract that she said is absolutely imperative for doing the work that she and the government said you needed to do in newark. sittinge the superintendent you actually have to listen to the people that you serve, not pretend that they are not important. what we have said, is listen to the people. do the things that we know work and schooling, not just give the schools to private prayers -- purveyors. that is basically why we have written a letter to chris christie zhang listen to people. listen to the reasons why people are upset with her, do not ignore it
but not injured. >> a big deadline today for two former staffers of governor chris christie. briget kelly and bill steppen, both fired, have refused to comply with subpoenas in the bridgegate investigation. today their lawyers will defend their refusal and explain why they don't have to turn over documents. kelly cut ties with chris christie after her infamous e-mail, "time for traffic problems in ft. lee." >> a high ranking former al qaeda spokesman, sulaiman abu ghaith, will go on trial today. critics have argued the trial should be held in a military court. >> and good morning, my friends, you look amazing given the long night. >> oh, what long night? it's just an early morning, that's all it is. let's take a look at the oscar edition of what's trending. the searing period drama "12 years a slave" won best picture, making it the first movie from a black director to win the academy's highest honor. after dominating the award season, matthew mcconaughey won the best actor award for his riveting performance in "dallas buyers include," cate blanchett earned top honors for her role in "blue jasmine.
. responding officers shot and killed the suspect. >> new jersey governor chris christie trying to shift focus from bridgegate. he will hold will the townhall today. a report last month blamed the state for miss handling thousands of dollars of recovery money requests. this as attorneys for the former campaign manager say he is now being investigated by federal agents for any role he may have had for the shutdown of lanes on the garage washington bridge. >>> we'll keep dipping back to ukraine. but we do also have to follow what's going on here with the extreme cold grip strange link the northeast this morning. these records date back to the 1800s. take a look at the map. how bad can it get? indra petersons knows it all. indra? >> it's actually march now. we're still talking about the jet stream doing all the way doing even into the southeast. this morning, indianapolis, still single digits. burlington without a windchill looking at subzero temperatures. we're talking about temperatures currently below freezing. we have already broke records. we continue to see these record-breaking morning low
conservatives. another person to watch is chris christie, the embattled new jersey governor, who is coming ac, which hek at cp was not invited to last year. ropes in hisn the own state, could he get conservatives to rally? if he can, it could help him for a possible 2016 run. host: you travel to new jersey recently. trenton have been to too often. host: what is the sense now? guest: they are not moving forward on fresh ground. you have a lot of chris theytie's former aides, are under not only state investigation, but investigation from the u.s. attorney. federal investigation is ongoing. the problem for chris christie is he might not be in the crosshairs right now, but as the cloud continues to loom, that is a political problem for him. , any before we leave cpac comments or thoughts on what they will say about the ukraine? what are the speakers talking about the situation? guest: i tweet -- guest: i tweeted over the weekend that they are probably rewriting their speeches. i spoke with senator paul and he was talking about the need to be careful on how the u.s. proceeds with the ukraine. he d
on the republican side. >> no one is inevitable. everyone is bunch of. depends if chris christie can recover from bridgegate. >> dwight yoakam. >> no question it depends on what comes out but the candidates the republicans will nominate will be a fusion candidate. we need to think george w. bush in 2000 rather than john mccain in 2008 or mitt romney in 2012. it will be someone who can appeal to the business coalition, the tea party conservatives, to the social conservatives and to the libertarians and the internationals, someone acceptable to all factions. >> who are you going to -- >> ready for hillary but if she doesn't run, i am ready to put a woman in the white house. >> who are you anticipating the republican side? >> they are looking behind. i believe this is going to be a race rick santorum will try to win. >> we are just keeping up politics, the best we can do. thanks to the panel and all of you. thank you. ♪ ♪ >> one of the most important aspects of politics is the hundreds of lobbying meetings we had with members of congress. before you head to your lobbying office check your person
effect does this have on the probe into members of chris christie's administration. >>> a frantic rescue caught on tape after an avalanche roars through a neighborhood. why is one person calling it incredible anyone came out alive. >>> and wasted. the shocking numbers behind a new study on how much food americans throw away.
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